The event is a lecture featuring Dr. Bob Dodge who will be discussing what steps Madison can take to achieve nuclear disarmament and about the Back from the Brink campaign. Dr. Bob Dodge is the Co-Chair of the Security Committee of Physicians for Social Responsibility – USA and President of Physicians for Social Responsibility – […]
Discover the latest developments in fine arts, craft, and design at our free public lectures by some of the most prominent artists, critics, and gallery and museum directors. The Visiting Artist Colloquium is held every Wednesday during the academic year, and is free and open to the public. Wednesday, September 5: Jeffrey Clancy Jeffrey Clancy […]
Jeremy Scahill confronts America’s War on Terror—a campaign of assassinations, drone strikes, surveillance, and covert ops—with rare insight. In talks, he draws from his nearly two decades of investigative reporting to illuminate the biased media coverage and hidden agendas of US foreign policy. In so doing, he offers an ethical appeal for greater transparency and […]
Lena Waithe is one of Hollywood’s most promising up-and-coming talents, who continues to grow her body of work with diversity, charisma, and comedy. One of Hollywood Reporter’s “TV Breakouts”, Waithe expertly taps into emerging cultural sensibilities with a sharp wit, speaking to myriad experiences from her unique perspective and challenging audiences to think outside of […]
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon catches up by phone with British journalist Jon Ronson, who visits Madison for a Tuesday, February 23 talk at the Wisconsin Union Theater. Subscribe to the Tone Madison/WORT-FM podcast on iTunes.
(WORT) — NPR veteran Alex Blumberg will be speaking in Madison as part of the University of Wisconsin’s Distinguished Lecture Series.